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The Chemistry and Biology of Natural Products Symposium XIV

CBNP is an annual symposium for postgraduate students, PDRAs and young academics but also open to any academic/industrialist working in any areas of natural product chemistry and biology.

**************** Updates for CBNP14 ****************

6th March 2020: Due to the COVID-19 situation, CBNP14 has been postponed until further notice. We are actively exploring options to reschedule this meeting for later in the year.

17th Dec 2019: Registration to the CBNP14 is now open! Follow the link here to register.

4th Nov 2019: Full information about the CBNP14 will be available shortly.

Thursday 2nd July 2020

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Please join us for our fourteenth annual meeting exploring the chemistry and biology of natural products covering subjects from synthetic chemistry to microbial genetics. The 2020 edition will be run as an ECR satellite meeting with Directing Biosynthesis VI.

This meeting is kindly sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry Journals, Royal Society of Chemistry Chemical Biology and Bioorganic Group, and Syngenta. One lunch, a wine reception/dinner and prizes for the best talks and posters are all included.

For enquires please contact:

Matthew Jenner (m dot jenner at warwick dot ac dot uk) or Fabrizio Alberti (f dot alberti at warwick dot ac dot uk).

Instructions for Registration

Follow the link here to register to the CBNP14.


  • General registration and poster presentation: TBC. Please note that all posters are accepted for presentation and there will be no selection process for these.
  • Oral presentation: TBC. Oral presentations will be selected based on abstracts and presenters will be notified shortly after the deadline.

Poster guidelines

  • Posters presented should be in portrait orientation and size A0.


  • The symposium will be held in the John McIntyre Conference Centre, University of Edinburgh, 18 Holyrood Park, Edinburgh, EH16 5AY, United Kingdom.